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Disaster Recovery Command-line Parameters

 

You can recover one or more management servers by using the setup.exe command in the Command Prompt window.

The following table lists the command-line parameters for recovering an System Center 2012 – Operations Manager management server.

System_CAPS_noteNote

If the parameter contains a colon, a value is required. Otherwise, it is simply a switch.

Parameter

Value

/silent

Required parameter. Runs the installation wizard without displaying the user interface

/recover

Recovers a management server.

/ManagementGroupName:

Optional. The name of the management group

/SqlServerInstance:

The SQL server and instance (<server\instance>).

/DatabaseName:

The name of the Operational database.

/DWSqlServerInstance:

The data warehouse server and instance (<server\instance>).

/DWDatabaseName:

The name of the data warehouse database.

/UseLocalSystemActionAccount

Used to specify the Local System for the Management server action account.

/ActionAccountUser:

The domain and user name of the Management server action account.

Used if you do not want to specify the Local System

/ActionAccountPassword:

The password for the Management server action account.

Used if you do not want to specify the Local System.

/UseLocalSystemDASAccount

Used to specify the Local System for the Data Access service account.

/DASAccountUser:

The domain and user name of the Data Access service account.

Used if you do not want to specify the Local System.

/DASAccountPassword:

The password for the Data Access service account.

Used if you do not want to specify the Local System.

/DataReaderUser:

The domain and user name of the data reader account.

/DataReaderPassword:

The password for the data reader account.

/DataWriterUser:

The domain and user name of the data writer account.

/DataWriterPassword:

The password for the data writer account.

/EnableErrorReporting:

Never: Do not opt in to sending automatic error reports.

Queued: Opt in to sending error reports, but queue the reports for review before sending.

Always: Opt in to automatically send error reports.

/SendCEIPReports:

0 : Do not opt in to the Customer Experience Improvement Program (CEIP).

1 : Opt in to CEIP.

/UseMicrosoftUpdate:

0 : Do not opt in to Microsoft Update.

1 : Opt in to Microsoft Update.

/AcceptEndUserLicenseAgreement

Used to specify that you accept the End User License Agreement (EULA).

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